Just three steps to a virtual visit
1. Select a virtual visit healthcare provider
2. Schedule an appointment
3. Download the App
How it Works
1. Find your healthcare provider and make an appointment
Select your provider and call the office to schedule a virtual visit appointment.
Be sure to write down your provider’s site code. You will be asked to enter it when you download the app and create an account.
2. Download the App and Create An Account
Go to the Apple App Store to download the free app for our virtual visit technology. Using the app is the fastest way to connect with your medical provider and get the care you need.
With a wait time of under 15 minutes, you will receive a face-to-face consultation with one of our compassionate and experienced healthcare providers. After a thorough diagnosis, you will receive a care plan and, if appropriate, a prescription to help you get on the road to recovery.
What We Treat
With our compassionate and experienced healthcare providers, you can rest assured that you are receiving the same care you would at the clinic – just from the comfort of home. Our providers can diagnose, treat and prescribe medication if medically necessary. The right treatment plan is our goal to getting you back on your feet and feeling good again. Our healthcare providers are here to help diagnose and treat a variety of medical conditions, from the flu to pink eye to rashes and insect bites. Forget spending hours in a busy waiting room – enjoy one-on-one attention from doctors in the comfort of your own home. Please do not use a virtual visit if you are experiencing a medical emergency. Dial 911 immediately.
If you’re experiencing one of the following symptoms or conditions, our doctors can help!
- Rash/minor skin infections
- Sore Throat
- Flu-like Symptoms
- Sinus problems and pain
- Runny Nose
- Red, itchy eyes
- Urinary Tract Symptoms
- Hypertension/Blood Pressure Check
- Depression/Anxiety follow up
- Medication Refills
- Call your provider’s office. When you make an appointment, you can ask if your symptoms are appropriate.
Is this covered by insurance?
Yes, in some cases, but a determination of coverage must be made by your practice. If you do not want insurance to pay for this or if your plan does not support virtual visit, there may be a cost associated with your visit. Ask the practice for more information.